Many of our readers have suffered from chronic symptoms such as weight gain, skin problems, fatigue, depression, or mood swings. If these symptoms are part of your daily life, then chances are you may be suffering from hormonal imbalance.
Hormones are tied to every one of the body’s symptoms, so it’s crucial to have well-regulated and balanced hormones to enjoy good health … both from a physical standpoint (growth, metabolism, and reproductive health) and from a mental and neuro-chemical standpoint as well!
Hormones are created from good fats and cholesterol. Without the proper biochemical environment however, your body doesn’t have the materials needed to create a healthy balance for optimal health. The wrong kinds of fats and other toxins within your body’s chemistry can have far reaching, damaging effects on hormones.
In fact, if you are in an environment that is biologically stressed, either internally or because of things you’re exposed to in life, and you’re producing high levels of stress hormones, a common side-effect is the suppression of other critical hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, testosterone – as well as insulin!